No matter what mode your students are learning in right now, it’s always great to have some engaging take home activities in your toolkit that tie into the “real world” and make learning relevant for your students. The U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools (SIS) program offers over 200 free activities and resources across multiple
Resources We strongly encourage you to use the resources below throughout the year. After all, our aim is to continually develop and maintain supportive public attitudes toward middle level education during every month of the year. Those concerned with the education of young adolescents should celebrate and advocate for middle level education all year long.
Planning Your Celebration The sky's the limit! The way you plan your celebration is only limited by your imagination. Take a look at the ideas and free samples throughout this section. After your next celebration, send us a paragraph, photos, or an article about your school and community activities and we'll post it on our
The Association for Middle Level Education has joined with the National Association of Secondary School Principals, The National Association of Elementary School Principals, and The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform to declare March the official month to focus on students ages 10 to 15 and celebrate middle level education. The key messages for the celebration are The importance
As students enter the middle grades, they often encounter curricula that grow more challenging each year. This is especially the case in social studies when students experience primary documents and complex texts, sometimes with limited background knowledge.
Zooming In on Middle School Teachers